Diddy appeared along the rest of the stars of The Four on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where they played a game of "Never Have I Ever"


Together forever — err, well, at least for a couple hours.

During an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday, Diddy admitted that he was once engaged to be married, but backtracked on the commitment just a short time after the proposal.

While playing “Never Have I Ever” with the fellow stars of upcoming reality competition series The FourFergie, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor and music exec Charlie Walk — DeGeneres asked if any of the celebrities had ever been engaged secretly.

“I ain’t gonna lie, it was like for four hours,” said Diddy. “It was for four hours, I honestly did.”

He continued after further prodding, “I was engaged for four hours and I kept it a secret forever — until now.”

The father of six also revealed that he’s used someone else’s tooth brush without telling them and been on the receiving end of a “booty call.” All the participants confirmed they’d had sex on the beach, while just Trainor and Diddy had mistakenly sent a dirty text to the wrong person.

Diddy has famously never been married, though he shares his children with three different women — exes Misa Hylton-Brim, Kimberly Porter and Sarah Chapman.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Diddy and the cast of The Four on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
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“I’ve been truly blessed to have some great, incredible relationships that have afforded me these children by these very strong, intelligent, beautiful black women,” he told PEOPLE about Hylton-Brim, Porter and Chapman in an interview last year. “The mothers of my children [are] my best friends. My hat goes off to them.”

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Currently, Diddy is still in a relationship with longtime girlfriend Cassie. He told PEOPLE of the 31-year-old: “I’m in love now, and I was in love then too.”

As for his never-married status, Diddy made it clear that it’s not about “being a playboy.”

“I think marriage is so serious,” he said. “You’re making a commitment to somebody under law. Unless you’re ready to do everything that’s said, then you shouldn’t get married.”